Screen free and hands on code themed activities and games designed to teach beginning programming concepts to young children. Ideal for kindergartners and pre-readers. This product can help prepare students for online code games and curriculum through learning/practicing directions (left, right, up, and down) and solving problems through a series of steps.
C-QUINCE: KIDS IN CODE
: Follow If/Then statements, learn direction commands, complete the missing code, debug a program, build mazes, learn programming terms, build stacks, and bring a real algorithm to life through a class game. This product requires using a color printer and prep work, but the activities can be stored and reused as needed.
There are 11 activities. Please carefully read the Introduction Page found in the preview to see summaries of every activity included in this purchase. You can also view thumbnails of each page in the preview as well. Note: The preview is low resolution, actual product will be high-resolution.
Last Updated: 7/27/2016
You will receive 1 ZIP file with the following 6 PDF files:
• Answer Sheets
• Code Color Worksheets
• Find the Error Worksheet
• Find the Error Worksheet (black and white)
• Direction Command Puzzle Game
• Debug Puzzles
• Complete the Code Puzzles
• Complete the Code Puzzles (black and white)
• Build a Maze Activity
Ice Cream Stacks
C-Quince Coloring Pages
Direction Command Class Game
Shuffle and Sort Algorithm Class Game
and Vocabulary Flash Cards and Discussion Questions
100 Total Pages. Some activities will need to be printed, laminated, and cut. Instructions for activity prep are also included.
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